Video: "Boots on the Ground: FAQs about COVID, Testing & the Vaccine"
Raleigh Village East presents: "Boots on the Ground: FAQs about COVID, Testing & the Vaccine"
Presented on January 18, 2021
Liisa Ogburn, Gregg Colvin, Liz Fischer, our neighbors, will share experiences as frontline problem solvers (neither is a physician) dealing with the COVID vaccine. Brought to you by Raleigh Village East, an aging in place organization (in development) for our area of downtown.
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Some important links mentioned in the presentation:
WAKE COUNTY NOW SCHEDULING
Wake County is accepting appointment requests
VACCINE HOTLINE: 919-250-1515
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Wake County Scheduling LINK: https://covid19.wakegov.com/vaccine/
COVID VACCINE INFORMATION FOR AGE 65 AND UP
You can go to any county for your COVID vaccination, so check surrounding counties for possible appointment
Anyone can get vaccines at WakeMed, Duke or UNC - you do not have to be a patient there to get a vaccine there.
If you try to schedule by phone, be prepared to wait a long time - make a cup of coffee and read a good book while you wait.
This website gives a county by county list of vaccination sites and this list will be updated regularly as more locations open up: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/findyourspot